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David Burn
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A bookful blockhead, ignorantly read

With loads of learned lumber in his head,

Fixed like a plant on his peculiar spot

To draw nutrition, propagate, and rot.

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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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TGRs Young Chelsea
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Feedback for Convention Chart, Part 2
You need to distinguish between a priori knowledge and a posteriori knowledge. For the purposes of banning what you want to ban, this distinction is difficult to make in other than very complex terms (especially where no one knows Latin). Since I would not want to ban it in the ...
How do we avoid this disaster?
If declarer's clubs were headed by the Q9, he might have covered the jack.
How do we avoid this disaster?
You mean, North is bound to play the eight rather than the ten under the jack? I suppose he might, but why in blazes should he?
How do we avoid this disaster?
Not as impossible as all that. The chance that South has both club honours needs to be offset against the chance that North will misdefend. Declarer in this case appears to have judged correctly.
IS MY PARTNER INSANE PART 2
Actually, 2 is both a jump shift and a reverse.
Defense against 1N-(2N)
When an opponent is 5-5-2-1, it may not be desirable to play in a 4-4 fit even if you find one.
Leading 2./4.
The method known as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th has its adherents, though I am not sure it is officially recognised in the completion guide.
Leading 2./4.
Kokish in his guide to completion of the WBF convention cars stipulated that "2nd and 4th" was Standard Polish. Standard British should be described as "4th and 2nd".
Danailov-Stamatov Win Cavendish Pairs
As I have tried to explain, the difference was not really all that large. It was as if the winners playing with an average pair had beaten the best two pairs in the rest of the field by 30 IMPs over 42 boards. An impressive performance of course, but unexceptionable ...
Balicki-Zmudzinski May Play Freely in EBL!
No. One can simultaneously know that X is true and reject a flawed proof of the truth of X.
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